Érudit would like to thank our institutional, public, and private partners, who have worked with us for over 15 years and have contributed to the organization’s success.
Université de Montréal contributed to the development of Érudit in 1998 and continues to support the organization financially, materially, and politically through the Bureau Recherche – Développement – Valorisation (BRDV).
Canadian Science Publishing
The Centre d’Expertise numérique pour la recherche (Cen-R) provides services for the development of digital projects to the Université de Montréal community. The Cen-R offers digital publishing services to journals disseminated by Érudit.
Centre for Digital Scholarship
The 13 journals produced by the Centre of Digital Scholarship are available on the Érudit platform. https://digitalscholarship.lib.unb.ca/
Canada Foundation for Innovation
Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) provides financial support to Érudit for technological development. Érudit has been recognized by the CFI in 2015 as one of the 9 best performing research infrastructures in Canada through the Special Contest Major Science Initiatives Fund. apporte un soutien financier à Érudit pour le maintien de ses infrastructures et le développement technologique. Érudit a été reconnu en 2015 par la FCI comme l’une des 9 infrastructures de recherche les plus performantes au Canada à travers le concours spécial du Fonds des initiatives scientifiques majeures. Read the press release.
CRKN / RCDR
In collaboration with the Canadian Research Knowledge Network, Érudit has initiated the Partnership for Open Access, an innovative model for collaboration between university libraries and scholarly journals
Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et Culture is a longstanding partner for Érudit through its institutional and financial support.
Presses de l’Université de Montréal
Public Knowledge Project
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
Coalition Publica, the partnership between Érudit and Public Knowledge Project is supported in part by funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. https://www.coalition-publi.ca/
SODEP and Érudit’s digitization and dissemination project, funded by Heritage Canada, has enabled the online publication of more than 60,000 articles from the archives of 25 Québec cultural journals. Today, digital versions of the current issues of 24 cultural journals are published on Érudit.
Érudit Research Partners List: Calcul Québec – Canada Research Chair on the Transformations of Scholarly Communication – Canada Research Chair in Digital Textualities – Huma-Num – INKE – NT2 – Observatoire des sciences et de la technologie – Public Knowledge Project – RALI – Vialab.
For more informations about Érudit research partners, please consult this webpage.